Science, Faith and Healing in the History of Christianity and African Diasporic Religion

This project and course is designed to integrate scientific theory and theological inquiry to explore humanity’s universal quest for healing and well-being.

This project and course, convened by Sharon J. Grant at Hood Theological Seminary, is designed to integrate scientific theory and theological inquiry to explore humanity’s universal quest for healing and well-being. This interdisciplinary approach will occur in a cultural setting outside of the North American context. Guest lecturers who are experts in science, theology will engage the students with content that probes the fecundity of interconnectivity at the nexus of science, faith and healing in the life of the non-Western Christian church.

Seminary: Hood Theological Seminary
Keywords: botany, faith, health, wellbeing, theology

Science, Faith and Healing in the History of Christianity and African Diasporic Religion

 

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